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Weekends are all about food, friends and family, so gather together on 4th Street at one of these great brunch spots.
Rose & Crown – Built in the 1920’s as a funeral home, the Rose & Crown is rated one of the top four haunted places in Calgary, but there’s nothing spooky about their brunch offerings! Served Saturday and Sunday, 10am-2pm, you’ll find weekend brunch favourites like bennies, omelets, and waffles.
The Joyce on 4th – Visit The Joyce on 4th to sample their unique pub brunch menu. It features fun items like Tater Tot Poutine, a skillet of tater tots, thick cut bacon, cheese curds, hollandaise sauce and eggs, and Brunch Yorkies, Yorkshire puddings stuffed with bacon and scrambled eggs with a hollandaise drizzle. Served Saturday, Sunday and holidays, until 2pm. This is also a dog friendly patio, so sharing with your best friend just got even easier.
Wurst – Brunch at Wurst isn’t complete without a sampling of their specialty Caesar cart. You’ll find 5 unique Caesar offerings to pair with your bratwurst and eggs. Brunch is served Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 10am-3pm.
Suzette Bistro – Serving French cuisine using local and seasonal ingredients, Suzette Bistro offers a delicious selection of Crêpes. Choose from sweet white flour crêpes or savoury, buckwheat crêpes, each with a variety of toppings.
Anju – Anju is known for showcasing the flavors and ingredients of Korea with Canadian influences and unique ideas, and you’ll taste that with their brunch offerings. Try one of their unique eggs benedict offerings: pork belly & kimchi, prawns & guacamole, or fried chicken with chili oil. Brunch is served weekends from 11am-3pm.
Red’s Diner – Brunch happens every day and all day long at Red’s Diner. They use farm fresh ingredients to create modern comfort food. All day breakfasts include bacon and egg classics, eggs benny, original omelettes, and huge, fluffy pancakes. They’re open daily from 7am-4 pm.
Original Joe’s Restaurant & Bar – Weekend brunch at Original Joe’s includes tasty offerings like breakfast tacos and banana bread French toast. Served on the weekends, starting at 11am.
Earls – Try a lighter side of brunch with Earls’ light and fresh breakfast options, like the Avocado Super Brunch with poached eggs, smashed avocado, tomatoes, radish, and spicy sriracha on a baguette with field greens, or the Smoothie Bowl, made with fresh blueberries, toasted almonds, banana, flax seed granola, and spirulina. Brunch is served Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays until 2pm.